We offer a variety of membership levels, including family, student and veteran membership options. Read all about our membership rates here.
Pacific Coast Air Museum is a non-profit run primarily by volunteers. We rely on lots of individuals contributing their time, knowledge and skills to operate the museum and a large number of events. Click here to inquire about volunteering.
The Pacific Coast Air Museum is located at:
One Air Museum Way
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
At N. Laughlin Road and Becker Blvd.
We are on the east side of the Charles M. Schulz – Sonoma County Airport, about five miles north of Santa Rosa off Highway 101. Take the Airport Blvd exit and go west about one mile, turn left on Laughlin Blvd., then right on Becker Blvd.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The Museum is closed on major holidays, the three days prior to the annual Wings Over Wine Country Air Show, and during the annual Wings Over Wine Country Air Show.
Recommended donations for entry are:
Senior (65+): $7
Youth (6-17): $5
Child (5 & Under): Free
Military: Free (with official active/retired cards – not VA)
Group up to 7 members: $30
Members of the Pacific Coast Air Museum get in FREE. Become a member today!
We have exhibits that display aviation history and tell the story of the World War II era Santa Rosa Army Air Field, the Santa Rosa Naval Air Center and the history of aviation in Sonoma County. We have a large number of aircraft models and dioramas on display. We also have a 3D Virtual Reality flight simulator you can “fly” for an additional charge.
Yes. We conduct school tours, have an annual Aviation Summer School, conduct Boy Scout Aviation Merit Badge programs and can arrange special tours for groups. Visit our educational programs page for more information.
Only guide dogs and certified companion animals are allowed; absolutely no other animals.
Soft drinks are available through vending machines. Although there is no food available for sale at the museum, picnic lunches are welcome at the museum. We have an outdoor seating area that is available on a first-come-first-serve basis.
There is plenty of free parking outside the Air Museum building and along Becker Boulevard.
Handicap parking is directly outside the Air Museum building.
Yes. The Museum and grounds are all on one level. The Museum is easily accessible to those who use wheelchairs, walkers, and other assistance devices. Museum pathways are hard-packed gravel and are easily traversed by wheelchairs. Simple restrooms are available, including one that is wheelchair accessible.
The Museum also keeps one unpowered wheelchair on hand to lend to visitors.
We have approximately 35 restored aircraft, mainly Cold War and Vietnam era aircraft, with some dating back to the Korean War and others that were in service until just a few years ago. To see all of our aircraft, visit our aircraft pages on this website.
Sometimes. During our monthly Open Cockpit weekends and annual Wings Over Wine Country Air Show we open selected aircraft so you can look inside, and you can even climb aboard and sit inside some of them! Check out our Open Cockpit page.
Yes. For further information, please visit our facility rental page.
No. By Federal regulation, smoking is forbidden anywhere on airport property except in specially designated areas.